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England's big teams 'have got to open their stadiums' to women's game - Phil Neville

England women's national team head coach Phil Neville shares his expectations for the Lionesses ahead of this summer's World Cup in France.
Cameroon routed Mozambique 8-1 in their 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup tie at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, with Mpeh Bissong Christiane scoring a hat-trick.

England women's coach Phil Neville has called on the country's biggest clubs to host women's games at their main stadiums.

Attendance at women's games in Europe has grown this season, with 60,739 watching Atletico Madrid play Barcelona at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid earlier this month, a record for a women's club soccer match.

Juventus Women set a record for a women's soccer match in Italy when 39,000 supporters attended their first game at the Turin club's Allianz stadium against Fiorentina on March 24, and Neville said it was time English clubs get in on the act.

"Some of the big teams in England have got to open their stadiums and fill them and let's blow the rest of Europe away," Neville told reporters. "Our game is in a far better place than Spain, Italy or Portugal.

"If [second-tier leaders] Manchester United or [top-flight leaders] Arsenal win the league, throw open your stadium. Champions League game for Chelsea -- why not play it at Stamford Bridge? Get 30,000 or 40,000."

England play Canada in a pre-World Cup friendly at Manchester City's Academy Stadium on Friday, a venue that can seat 7,000, and Neville added that should offer free tickets to supporters to fill bigger venues.

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